Newcomers were welcomed to Breckenridge with their addresses given and where the new residents worked. School began in the rural and city schools with the capacity at the rural schools clarified. Some had six grades and some had eight or nine, according to N.S. Holland the Superintendant. A new Safeway Grocery opened on W. Walker in the same block as the Miller Hotel. Coach P.E. Shotwell annnounced the new schedule for the 1929 football season for the Oil Belt District with three new teams added. read more in the Breckenridge American for the Historically Speaking column by Jean Hayworth for Saturday, April 27, 2013, on page 4.